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Jan 24, 2013 11:00pm PST
in the works. but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, hitting the bars will be one way officers hope to make a difference this time around. >> reporter: a scorched muni bus. vandalism in the mission district. dozens of arrests. fires in garbage chans. it was not a pretty picture in the city following the giants big win. and police say they are not about to let that happen again. >> we have learned. >> reporter: deputy chief of operations john loftus says, one big change will be removing garbage cans so they can not be lit on fire. >> we learned that they were settign on fire, now we will have garbage day a day earlier. also loftus says there will be more patrols in the mission district. so that they can manage crowds that tend to pour out into that area. >> smaller to manage. is better. >> reporter: in addition, he adds, officers will hit the bars to make sure people are not drinking too much. >> be responsible. lotfus says there are more steps they plan to take and are meeting regularly with other city officials to make sure everything can be done to make this special superbowl a safe one.
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Jan 8, 2013 11:00pm PST
partnership with abc-7 news. our team coverage starts with.kron4's terisa estacio. she has the latest on the investgation. >> reporter: how did this happen? that is what investigators want to know you can see the damage when it struck on the eastern tower of the bay bridge. investigators say that the first order of business will see the pilot. he was ordered to maneuver thus vessel. members of the crew will also be interviewed. drugs and alcohol also be tested. human error. >> that is something that we will always consider. weather it did is the pilot or the captain. those are always factors. >> reporter: with eight other specialty team with another specialty team--and are running obstacles, to avoid at the bridge with one-quarter mile visibility. and adding that to the physical damage officials want to make sure that the damage does not leak into the bay. the coast guard is going to keep the vessel here which could be several months. to keep the investigators, satisfied. terisa estacio, kron 4 >> pam: we are also learning more tonight. about the bar pilot who was manuevering the ship
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Jan 10, 2013 8:00pm PST
's hospitalized with third degree burns. oliver was in court today for the first time. kron-4's terisa estacio says that his family was there - defending him. >> he did not say much with his hands cuffed. he was wearing a jail ordered uniform and it was only speaking that he did not have enough money. he is facing 11 counts including torture. stemming from an argument with his girlfriend - starr lemarre shown here. at this laundramat. ' prosecutors say the lemarre had asked oliver to help carry over some dirty clothes. that is when he reportedly went two bottles, filled them up with gasoline, threw it at her and lit her on fire. in court following - oliver plead not guilty - lamarre's family declined to talk >> when you said someone on fire this is very serious. and when you add to that the fact that he has a history of domestic violence and that he has not learned this is an individual that is very dangerous. >> the family did not want to talk. >> i enjoyed seeing him but not in this circumstance. i will have to wait and see. >> we are just going to pray to god. we know that the type of thail
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Jan 14, 2013 8:00pm PST
is widespread in 47-states. that does not include california. terisa estacio is on the peninsula, where kaiser permanente is awaiting thousands more vacination shots. >> reporter: at some kaiser permanente facilities in northern california there simply was not enough vaccines to meet demand. but that was last week. now, this week. the spot shortage is over. and help is on the way. this is doctor smith - an infectious disease expert for kaiser. >> we moved supplies around. to deal with issue. plus, the doctor says a large supply is on it's way. >> 30 thousand on the way. >> reporter: and that is a very good thing. especially for this reason. take a look at this graph on the doctor's computer screen. see how it shows an up tick right here. well, the doctor explains. this graph is showing them, concrete facts that the flu is definitely rising in number. with no signs of letting up. >> 10 15 20 keeps going. not epidemic yet. but certainly it is an issue we are dealing with. take a look at this graphic. it is concrete evidence that it is rising. >> 10 percent, up 15%. >> reporter: redwood city. te
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Jan 23, 2013 5:00pm PST
accreditation. kron4's terisa estacio is on campus tonight where student activists are addressing the issue and what can be done to help all students. >> reporter: this is a very tumultuous time. at city college there is a meeting going on. the students and what they're talking about are what their options are in their future is like at the college. some students are going to be transferring out. just as a precautionary measure but some are committed to staying. and for more specific as shoes, as the accreditation the what they found was wrong with ranges from a budget, to school success. students are just spoke with that they hope that the college and the officials get back on track for everyone's sake. does this alarm you? the issue of accreditation? >> yes. city college's for people that cannot afford to go to university. you need to go to city college because you cannot take a rare your class at a university. you cannot take a -- regular college and university. this is better done and i city college. and if they take a psychologist but of people just wanted to take a liberal arts or so
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Jan 18, 2013 5:00pm PST
is flu.gov... and as kron four's terisa estacio reports, so far, there haven't been any shortages. despite a steady stream of people lining up for a shot. >> reporter: one by one people showed up at this safeway in pleasanton. all in hopes of getting a flu shot. and they were in luck, there was plenty to go around. >> i feel lucky today. >> reporter: pleasanton pharmacy manager quan tran. says, just this week, they received more supplies to handle the increased demand for the vaccine >> we have received 200,000 active since. and we have the necessary more supply necessary is on the way. >> reporter: quan says, the company has an elaborate computer system. allowing his colleages at other 150 safeway pharmacys in the bay area to check in and request more doses if needed. >> we planned this out, and glad we did so. we have this adequately planned. and we track our inventory every day. >> reporter: tran says he anticipicates they will continue to be busy. especially as the news spread that the flu season is getting worse. he says many people say they put off getting the shot until rec
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Jan 9, 2013 8:00pm PST
regulations. kron four's terisa estacio looked into this today she joins us live from treasure island with more on what she found out. terisa? >> at the time of the incident monday morning officials say visibility at the bay bridge was down to a quarter mile. currently, if this ship was near several areas in the bay referred to as critical maneuvering areas. it would not have been allowed to proceed. and leave it's dock to head out to sea. harbor rules prevent vessels from taking off if visibility is less than a half of a mile. take a look at this list. it shows several of the critical manever areas. or cma's in the sf bay. the richmond bridge, the san mateo brdige, the oakland harbor and richmond harbor are on the list. but not the bay bridge. why not - officials say when the rules were put into place following the cosco busan tanker accident. it was debated and then decided it would be safer to allow passage around the bay bridge because blocking could end up causing a traffic jam of sorts and could lead to other serious consequences like vessels hitting one another. john berge was
KRON
Jan 15, 2013 8:00pm PST
's terisa estacio reports, number 7 is flying off the shelves. >> the biggest seller is everything kaepernick. and you are going to get that enters the and you are going to get in other jersey? >> that jersey and another jersey? >> yes, i wanted to come back and get it before it sold out. >> reporter: you better get it before it sold out. >> we have a few long sleeve shirts, short sleeve shirts. >> reporter: the great weight to have new items a great-way to win items. >> yes, go 49ers. they are able to endorse other one's happiness. >> everybody is looking for something with his name on it. >> reporter: do you think they are going to win? >> yes. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: jeff bush talks aboutthe san mateo city council said on monday that this 7-11 on the corner of san mateo drive and bellvue is in violation of the city's zoning laws and will have to shut down. the store has been open about a month but residents in the area have been upset ever since the word got out the store was setting up shop in this location. neighbors have complained about garbage trucks, l
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Jan 17, 2013 8:00pm PST
taken steps to try and combat the contagious disease. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, parents are also involved in trying to stop the infectious virus from spreading. r >> in lafayette, they're hoping of the worst is over but there also still concerned because the more a virus is so contagious. it was last week when of 113 kits the suddenly fell ill at the elementary school. officials went into action with custodians to disinfect the school. try to make sure that did it not impact other schools for the superintendent saying that right now they are cautiously optimistic that they have stopped the disease from taking off. and impacting depth of children. >> we have about 100 students therapsid on friday we are down to about 15. so we are hopeful and optimistic that the cleaning practices keeping their children out with systems subsided >> this grandmother who was carpooling saying that her grands >> he did not go to school but the next day he stayed home because he was in pain. >> parents are pushing for more hand washing but it is the top ways to prevent it from spreading. anti
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Jan 18, 2013 8:00pm PST
at a local store. in hopes of getting a shot. and they were in luck. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, one person in line said. the severity of this current flu season prompted vaccine. before it's too late. >> reporter: sandy kabealo was confident but a little nervous. confident she was doing the right thing by getting a shot. but a bit uneasy because this was the first time, she has ever gotten a shot. >> just never did it before. but with this season, and i work with elderly people it was the right thing to do. i think it won't hurt, >> reporter: and she was not the only one getting a shot. but throughout the day, there was a steady line of people coming into this pleasanton safeway to get the vaccine. for some - it was just a matter of timing. but with the season kicking into high gear, tehy all told kron four that they wanted to make sure tyhey got the shot before getting sick. >> i am heading back east. so i definitely want to be prepared. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> let me walk you through this website to. find a vaccine flu.gov just enter your zip code. these
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Jan 29, 2013 8:00pm PST
with sex crimes against a former student. kron four's terisa estacio reports on how the parents discovered the alleged abuse. it was here at st. hilary's school in tiburon in the aftercare program.. where police say 25 year old max rubenstein met the victim. the alleged abuse was uncovered. after the girls parents found suspicious messages on her facebook page. they alerted authorities who launched an investigation. police now believe, rubenstein abused the girl for nearly a year. while he was still an employee at the school and she had gone on to high school. the private marin school is for k through 8th grade. in a letter sent to parents. and obtained by kron four news. the archdiocese of san francisco said quote "the incident happened after the student graduated from st. hilary's, and did not take place at st. hilary's. it continues to say they are cooperating with authorites..and quote, "keep this graduate of st. hilary's student and family in your thoughts and prayers." the archdiocese did not say why rubenstein left the school last year. he had been an employee for 4 years in the sch
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Jan 8, 2013 5:00pm PST
estacio. she's live on treasure island. terisa? >> reporter: the coast guard has ordered the vessel and not to go anywhere. and it digging into the investigation of why it swiped the tower # 6 of the bay bridge and the national transportation safety board has announced that it is investigating the crash is is that it is a major marine casualty with one half a million dollars in damage, so far. kron4's maureen kelly attended a coast guard briefing where they outlined their next steps in the investigation. >> reporter: tuesday investitgators interviewed the bar pilot. the local person tasked with helping to manuever the 752 foot vessel thru these waters.the captain and key members of the crew will also be interviewed.drug and alcohol testing is already underway. the coast guard says human error is one of the possibilities they are looking at. >> that is something that we will always look at is. pilot error, can lend her. >> reporter: inspectors and investigators plan to go thru every inch of the ship. including testing the navigation equiptment meant to help guide the tanker around ob
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Jan 14, 2013 5:00pm PST
team coverage on the flu. terisa estacio is on the peninsula, where kaiser permanente is awaiting thousands more vacination shots. but first, lets to justine waldman -- she has more on how the outbreak is being dealt with in the east bay. >> the frigde is full of flu vaccines at contra costa health services. from the nasal spray to the shot for kids and the regular vial.no shortage here. the supply is meeting the demand. >> we have not had to turn people away and we have plenty of vaccine available. >> reporter: as the immunization coordinator. paul leung tells me. so far this flu season the public health clinics have given out about 15-thousand flu shots. last year's total: 20- thousand. even with flu season. picking up.he is not anticipating any problems. >> for those people who have not had one. they can certainly come to one of our clinics and get it >> reporter: doctors say it is too soon to tell just how bad flu season will be. it ends in march, in martinez justine waldman kron 4 news. >> we continue our team coverage of the flu outbreak. last week, kaiser permanente hospit
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Jan 15, 2013 5:00pm PST
. it may be the only kaepernick memorabilia fans can get their hands on. new at 6. kron-4's terisa estacio shows us how tough it's been. to score some kaepernick gear. >> reporter: here in the bay area, - kaepernick is also getting a lot of attention. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, one local store has it's team working overtime to keep #7 merchandise on the shelves. >> people want it as soon as they put it out, people come in to get it. you are looking at it. everything colin kaepernick. that jersey and you are not only going to get that one by your also going to get another one? >> absolutely. we are just 30 minutes from where kaepernick grew up. >> you better get it while you can. >> yes. >> the manager says that after the large victory the fans were flooding the store for official der and he predicts the same will happen after sunday against atlanta. what is your prediction for their victory? >> i think they're going to win! >> terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: if you're getting your first paycheck of the year. you might notice a smaller check. why it's probably not a mistake. >>
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Jan 22, 2013 5:00pm PST
- and- frisk" policy. kron 4's terisa estacio is live out in oakland. where the meeting is underway. terisa, what's the latest? >> pam, you can see behind me that people are still lining up. within the 10 minutes, all of the inside seats were taken and even the overflow rooms are full. just a short time ago, as we spoke with some open residence. >> my main concern is residents as a overturned it for nearly 25 years public safety is number one. i do not know if he, alone is the answer. what i applaud is that this city is taking action to bring about a resolution. what i hope is that the solution that we do get are to properly suited for oakland and not just a quick fix. >> as a different police chief coming into oakland they need to stop the crime in the city >> reporter: those are just many people that have a lot to say about this issue will be here throughout the evening. bringing you the latest information on what they decide. terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: we are learning more tonight about what happened to an undercover o-p-d officer who was beaten and wounded in a shooting by
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Jan 25, 2013 5:00pm PST
sutter elementary in antioch. kron 4's terisa estacio shows us what is happening now - as the community works to protect its children. look here as police show up - one by one, to provide extra security as school let out here at sutter elementary school. in antioch, and they were not the only ones here in force. but parents flooded the streets and school to pick up their children. see this line of cars. as it stretches out the schools' driveway and down the street. parents say they have never seen so many people here to pick up their kids. this mother - who didn't want to talk on camera says she will never let her kids walk home again. and this mother says she is here helping out a friend. i always come. and today i am picking up a friends daughter. see this teacher here. and this one. they volunteered to help out as school ended for the day. principle paula mcevoy says many teachers wanted to do what they could. on the heels of this attempted abduction that happened at this park, just blocks from the school. prescense. mcevoy says in class throughout the day - they also tackled the iss
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Jan 3, 2013 8:00pm PST
. the cause of the fire is still being investigated. kron four's terisa estacio has the latest. >> reporter: this pile of rubble sits in front of one of the homes destroyed in last saturday's blaze. and it is not the only one. but around the corner look at this, another heap of what used to be part of the buildings walls. a building that housed more than 40 adults and children. it is all a vivid and sad reminder of all the damage done. throughout the day, residents were allowed to come back and retrieve whatever belongings they had left. this is alida garcia. she has lived here for 25 years and raised her children here. >> reporter: what have you people to save? >> my son, my daughter they helped me take the difficult items that i have had. >> reporter: is this difficult? >> yes, i cannot sleep and it inot able to sleep. >> many people have gathered in the mission district. offering them a temporary housing and clothing. >> is going to be a struggle for many of these people. but i think the biggest struggle would be finding housing. some of these buildings are going to take a long time to r
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Jan 28, 2013 5:00pm PST
moments. to kron4's terisa estacio. >> reporter: eye witness, karen greigo says when she realized the smoke on the freeway was not an accident but a side show, she got scared. as the cars sped dangerously out of control. >> where you concerned someone was going to get hurt? >> hurt? i was concerned, that i was going to get hurt? i >> was fearful they were going to hit the wall and come over on our side. if they lost control, they would have crashed right into the crowd. greigo who didn't want to go on camera says she had her camera with her because she and a girlfriend had just trip on treasure island. >> right in the middle of the afternoon, it was just crazy. we could hear sirens coming. greigo also says she is glad the chp is investigating >> i am glad, they can have my video and enhance. >> it is just bad, concerned for families bad example, concerned they would copy them. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: the reeway sideshow was not the only one around the bay area this weekend. kron4's stanley roberts will show us how widespread the problem is -- tonight on kron
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Jan 8, 2013 8:00pm PST
span of the bay bridge. for the very latest on the investigation. we go live to kron-4's terisa estacio. on treasure island. terisa? r >> reporter: the national transportation safety board is calling this a tragedy with one half million dollars as many independent agencies are causing and starting their own investigation. how did this happen? many people are asking. how this ship struck the tower of the bay bridge. the first order to piece together what happened will be a series of extensive interview with the pilot. he was the local pilot test would help to maneuver the 1,752 ft. vessel through the bay waters. in addition, the captain, and key members of the crew will be interviewed. drug amber stand out all will be performed and investigators are waiting. truck & alcohol -- testing will be and drug testing. >> that is something that we're always going to be checking in. if it is the pilot, that is all factors. while investigators meet with crew there will be a specialty investigation looking for navigation equipment on board. designed to help obstacles around the bridge there was a on
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Jan 11, 2013 5:00pm PST
morning raid in an effort to crackdown on crime in that city. as kron four's terisa estacio reports tonight, police say, this is just the beginning of their attempt to stem the latest crime wave in oakland >> reporter: with violent crime - such as this homicide - where a woman and man were shot while at a drive through restaurant.haunting the residents of oakland.. city officials in response - have launched a program called operation ceasefire. - a multi-agency plan focused on stopping crime on the streets. this friday. >> we have kept this promise and we know that when you commit this violence you are going to do everything to do to go after you >> multiple shootings and homicides. and victim's. in addition to detaining victim's they seized guns. >> this was linked to gang activity. associated. >> it is not clear how many of these detained will be arrested. but they are going to do everything officials deployed a part of the plan. as they executed 6 search warrants rounding up several known violent gang members. this is oakland police chief jordan >> we said it was going to stop, a
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Jan 16, 2013 5:00pm PST
december of 2011. when the median home price was $335,500. and as kron four's terisa estacio reports, real estate agents say, they are seeing this jump first hand. and predict. the numbers are just going to keep going up. >> this is a family room and kitchen. this is a typical home in the dublin area, new construction >> reporter: real estate agent jim anderegg says business is booming right now. and this 5 bedroom, 3 and a half bathroom home in dublin is an example of what is fueling those busy days. kerman this home is closing this week. >> this this sold the first day it was on the market. it was listed for 825, a year and a half ago it was 750, that is a nice profit. >> reporter: anderegg says, in the last few months, there has definitely been a steady uptick in prices. one of the main reasons why is that there are simply not a lot of homes for sale. >> last year 9 k at this time, now 3, that's 70 percent fewer homes. as far as looking forward, anderegg says he feels prices will just continue to rise. they will just keep going up. we would sell more if there more out there, but just n
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Jan 22, 2013 8:00pm PST
terisa estacio is live in oakland tonight. where the city council is hearing from those concerned residents. terisa? >> reporter: things are really heating up in oakland. let me show you this hall just one of many rooms that they have been forced to open in dealing with these large crowds. here is video that we took just a few moments ago from inside city hall. you can see for yourself nearly 270 people have a registered to speak tonight about this controversial issue of. and controversial contract here is what some had to say (poor audio) (cheers & applause) why not use that money to keep the schools open? >> i have done a lot of research on bratton and what we found was foundstop and frisk .. >> this is not a necessary expenditure. we could use that $250,000 to open up the parks in the city that could help the youth. >> reporter: this is still keeping with this meeting is just getting started with just one of many people that have scheduled to speak in to do with the overflow crowds. we are going to stay on this story and the oakland council is expected to make a decision someti
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Jan 23, 2013 8:00pm PST
will be attending that meeting terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: secretary of state hillary clinton delivers an emotional account of the murder of ambassador christopher stevens and three others in libya last year. in that long- awaited testimony on capitol hill. secretary clinton was grilled about last septembers attack on the diplomatic compound in benghazi. the attack prompted a scathing review of state department procedures. catherine heenan has more. >> the secretary of state knew this was going to be a long day. she and the state department - accused of not doing enough to protect embassy workers. not making sure americans heard clear, honest answers as to what happened the night 4 americans died here in benghazi. >> madam secretary, you became this as".death trap." >> i would of relieve you of a post. >> the american people deserve answers and they certainly do not deserve a false answers. >> "with all due respect.we have four dead americans.what difference does it make." >> i also wanted to show you the excellence you showed. >> catherine: in contrast.democrats were gushing. some hin
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Jan 24, 2013 8:00pm PST
four's terisa estacio reports, hitting the bars will be one place officers hope to make a difference this time around. >> a scorched muni bus. vandalism in the mission district. dozens of arrests. fires in garbage chans. it was not a pretty picture in the city following the giants big win. and police say they are not about to let that happen again. >> we have learned. >> deputy chief of operations john loftus says, one big change will be removing garbage cans so they can not be lit on fire. we learned that they were settign on fire, now we will have garbage day a day earlier. >> also loftus says there will be more patrols in the mission district. so that they can manage crowds that tend to pour out into that area. smaller to manage. is better. in addition, he adds, officers will hit the bars to make sure people are not drinking too much. lotfus says there are more steps they plan to take and are meeting regularly with other city officials to make sure everything can be done to make this special superbowl a safe one. >> happening tonight. occupy demonstrators are protesting the decisi
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Jan 28, 2013 8:00pm PST
's terisa estacio. >> reporter: eye witness karen greigo says when she realized the smoke on the freeway was not an accident but a side show, she got scared. as the cars sped dangerously out of control. >> where you concerned someone was going to get hurt? i was concerned, that i was going to get hurt? i was fearful they were going to hit the wall and come over on our side. if they lost control, they would have crashed right into the crowd. greigo who didn't want to go on camera says she had her camera with her because she and a girlfriend had just returned from a sight seeing trip on treasure island. >> right in the middle of the afternoon, it was just crazy. we could hear sirens coming. >> reporter: greigo also says she is glad the chp is investigating >> i am glad, they can have my video and enhance. for families bad example, concerned they would copy them. >> jacqueline: a bit mild. the wind was dropping keeping-temperatures from temperatures dropping it is right now stall, stall 47 but 44 with 50s in a number of places. the current wind speeds at half moon bay. susta
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Jan 3, 2013 5:00pm PST
residents. the red cross has been helping them with food, shelter, and clothing. kron4's terisa is estacio is live at the meeting in san francisco with the latest. terisa? >> reporter: catherine, the agency is trying to help the victims. it take to advocate the damage. you can see this pile of rubble. nobody is allowed the windows are dark and it is not just this building. take a look as we see it is this other building and that damage is extensive. these buildings go all the way back into that alley. throughout the day residents retrieved whatever belongings they could. now they are trying to put this in friends and families. tonight and adding to that agencies are trying to extend help with offerings of temporary housing for earlier i spoke with how this is impacting her. she is a resident. >> it is so hard. i have lived here for 25 years. and looking now on the street. >> reporter: what have you been able to salvage? these are your grand children? >> yes my granted children wanted me to take it difficult things. >> very difficult i am not able to sleep and i'm crying every day. but i am
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Jan 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
and help her mother cope. my heart really goes out to them. >> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4. >>> a candlelight vigil is scheduled tonight for alyssa.at casa grande high school. our crews will be there to bring you the latest. >>> a san jose man accused of shooting a suspected burglar was in court today. this was the scene monday. police say the suspect - christopher soriano - shot a man he believed had been burglarizing cars in the neighborhood. soriano was trying to detain the man when it happened. kron four's rob fladeboe has details of his court appearance. >> reporter: luis hernandez showed no emotion as walked into court friday, standing the entire time as he listened to the charges against him, occasionally conferring with his attorney. handcuffed and wearing the red jail garb assigned to high-risk inmates, hernandez is charged with murder, but his pastor says hernandez is no killer. >> he was not intending to be a vigilante. he was trying to suppress some of the activity that was taking place the robberies, burglaries. that was also his place of his employment he was
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Jan 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
people were on board, including the owner of the plane. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, the airport was forced to shut down operations for most of the day. as special crews had to come in and retrieve the damaged plane. >> reporter: this is a view from above the scene. the four passenger cessna columbia went straight down into slough after failing to stop on the runway.while trying to land here at the san carlos airport. see for youself how the plane is just stuck. airport officials say two passengers on board, including the owner were uninjured. and fortunately walked away from the crash. a witness tells kron four news he knew something was wrong as the plane came into the airport. >> i noticed the plane in an unusual position. and it was just a couple of hundred feet away from the hotel and in the distance i thought that was quite unusual as he was trying to make a landing. wrong altitude. >> this all happened around 1015 monday. the airport was immediately shut down. as federal authorities came in to investigate. here's a view from near the wreckage. airport officia
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Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
's terisa estacio went to an east bay store when people were lined up hoping to get vaccinated before its too late. >> sandy kabealo was confident but a little nervous. confident she was doing the right thing by getting a shot. but a bit uneasy because this was the first time, she has ever gotten a shot. >> ofjust never did it before. but with this season, and i work with elderly people it was the right thing to do. i think it won't hurt, and she was not the only one getting a shot. but throughout the day, there was a steady line of people coming into this pleasanton safeway to get the vaccine. for some - it was just a matter of timing. but with the season kicking into high gear, tehy all told kron four that they wanted to make sure tyhey got the shot before getting sick. i am heading back east. so i definitely want to be prepared. >> teresa estacio, kron 4 news >> we will have a sneak peek of what is at the movies. this live look outside. a beautiful view of the sunrise from mount tam. for over 60,000 california foster children, nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss m
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Jan 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
regulations are here and if they need to be change. reporting live, terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: a candlelight vigil is about to begin tonight. the gathering is for the woman set on fire over the weekend in the bayview district of san francisco. allegedly by her boyfriend. 25-year-old starr lamare sustained life threatening injuries. the man accused of the crime is in custody. 22-year-old dexter oliver faces charges of attempted murder. kron four's philippe djegal is live at glide memorial church where the vigil will take place. philippe. >> reporter: pam, itunes spoke with the family. her aunt just stop -- i just spoke with the family. and they say that her condition is improving. she had surgery today and they're hoping for the best. the vigil is scheduled to start at about 6-15. the public is invited to show up. it was originally planned to happen outside of saint francis hospital where 25- year-old starr lamare is being cared for. but at her families request for privacy. the vigil was moved here. glide memorial church is partnering with the san francisco domestic violence co
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Jan 30, 2013 7:00am PST
is ongoing. >> terisa estacio kron 4 news. >> a government study has found leafy green vegetables at the leading source of food poisoning illnesses. however, the most full related deaths were from contaminated chicken and other poultry. the cdc estimates roughly 48 million people get sick from food poisoning each year. that includes 128,000 hospitalizations and 3000 deaths. >> if there is nice weather on the way we will be back with 8:26 is the time. we are focused on our gorgeous weather in the bay area. nastily let's take a look at some of the weather-- nationally and as take a look at some of the other weather. >> we are seeing some really interesting weather right now across the country. we've pulled this new video in to kron 4 to show you the contrast between different states. >> on the left is fargo, north dakota where people are still shoveling their way out of the snowy conditions. >> the check out illinois and missouri, they're totally different things. chicago is enjoying temperatures above 60 degrees, which is the heat wave that is for that area. >> but it will not be l
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Jan 24, 2013 5:00pm PST
's terisa estacio is standing by with new information on the search. happening in central california. terisa? >> reporter: i just spoke with an fbi spokesperson they have been digging through the remains. however, as they finally tried to find out if there are human remains, there are accusations that they are possibly taking of the wrong spot. sherman time, the convicted killer said that they are making huge mistakes. take a look. shermantime he says the this is not where he told them to dig. he said that this is yards away from where to dig. from death row, he said that this was wrong. and if they did not find car parts or trash than there were and are wrong spot. it is not clear if they have been encountering those items but they have been responding to what he had to say. coming up at 6:00 p.m. what the fbi said. with two weeks of prep work behind them, an fbi spokesperson confirms with have begun digging and sifting through dirt lifted place - yards from where he trash in the old well. coming uip on kron four news >> pizza chain, has allegedly confessed to putting a hidden vide
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Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
was about leaving close at a laundromat. terisa estacio, kron 4. >> reporter: investigators said this vallejo say that it was a and 911 call from a convicted murderer that led to this and 90 year-old mother's body. >> after we searched the home the evidence was found. >> reporter: there is conviction in 1966 for the rape and murder of two juvenile girls and contra costa county. he had paroled 20 years later. >> reporter: haazig madyun kron 4. >> reporter: >> in the volatile, this fiery crash was the driver of the big rig in vallejo- this westbound 37 collision the driver fell 50 ft.. the big corporate it burst into flames and to citizens and an off-to the paramedics were able to get one of the driver out but he was able he died at a hospital. this fatal crash is still under investigation. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> reporter: fbi investigators are reached the bottom of the swell. they believe that there are human remains. victims of the speed freak killers. but they say that it is too watered feet deep.they believe 0 ft. deep. and if they believe that there are bone fragments it wi
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Jan 16, 2013 4:00am PST
on it. >> what is your prediction? >> i predict that one. >> in san francisco terisa estacio. >> still ahead we're learning new details about what caused the bar pilots to run the tanker into the bay bridge. we will outline his route. coming up on the kron 4 morning news. it is a chilly start. we will give you more on the news, head lines, traffic and weather. >> >> we are backed at 4:45. >> the year 2012 was officially follow the trend for 36 consecutive years global temperatures and above average. >> that is according to the latest figures released by the end o a a. the 48 contagious states-- contentious stays in the u.s. experience the war is year on record top 1936, the previous record holder. >> when it comes to temperatures around the world on the year in 20 of century was warmer than 2012 that was 1998. >> i think the appropriate word dance is freezing. you see a lot of twenties out there in fact temperatures almost identical to where we were 24 hour ago. surprisingly the national weather service did not issue a freeze warning or a frost advisory. temperatures certainly warrant
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Jan 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
been arrested, max the 22 counts and he is in custody on the one half million dollars bail. terisa estacio, kron 4. >> jacqueline: the big weather story is that this is not budging. 59 degrees in pleasanton as will look outside at satellite and radar some high cloud coverage. with high clouds right offshore. we will get a reversal and that they will come from our inland valleys keeping things dry and warmer. with 40's. 40's and richmond, hayward, and san jose. for the afternoon will be looking at 60s. this is low 60s for the entire bay area. 65 degrees in santa rosa. 621 concord. a look a your extended forecast. warm. it will get under way and it will continue for thursday. friday, still mild. slightly cooler temperatures >> , now upper voted a rare sighting in the next edition of people behaving badly. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a m
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Jan 16, 2013 7:00am PST
they will win? >> what is your prediction? >> i predict that went in san francisco a terisa estacio. >> send us uyour niner fan follows. breaking news at kron .com, or send them to our kron 4 face book page. >> temperature wise we are doing better year compared to 24 hours ago. you can see on golden gate bridge look at the sunshine a beautiful shot the blue skies. not a single cloud in the sky. temperatures now are in the mid-40s in downtown san francisco. is cold and vallejo 35. fairfield as well. antioch at 40 degrees. santa rosa is called at 32 degrees. navato the mid '30's. napa at 39 degrees. slower to warm up in the north bay. we will get there by the afternoon. another beautiful day it will be milder. tomorrow more sunshine even warmer. after that the average will get above average by the weekend. our extended forecast is looking dry. we do have change is coming this way. it will not be dry and sunny forever. >> satellite and radar pictures show averaged sitting of the cult will get closer and closer and building. it will stay sunny and dry for the next several days. hall also each prog
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